Big 12 And Big East Reportedly Discuss A Potential Merger

With the looming possibility of Oklahoma and Texas departing the Big 12, and Pittsburgh and Syracuse already leaving the Big East to join the ACC, reports are coming out of college football of a potential merge between the remainder of the two conferences should they in fact lose several teams. While geographically, a merger between … Read more

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2011 College Football Season Kicks Off Thursday Night

August 28, 2011 – By Scott     After all the drama in college football that has taken over the spotlight in the news here recently, it is finally time to hopefully put all this behind us as this week marks the opening of the 2011 College Football Season.  A great lineup of games are … Read more

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Marcus Lattimore And Trent Richardson Lead Southeastern Conference Rushing Prop Odds

August 25th, 2011 – By Jon The Southeastern Conference is believed to be the best conference on the college football landscape from a national perspective, and it’s the athletes that are recruited to these schools that make it so. Entering the 2011 college football season, the SEC is once again at the forefront of national … Read more

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SEC Says They Will Remain With 12 Teams, Texas A&M Not Extended Invite

August 15th, 2011 – By Bryan Cross All reports pointed toward expansion in the Southeastern Conference leading into this past weekend, with Texas A&M joining up. But those reports apparently failed to consider the fact that the SEC had yet to meet, and officially invite the Aggies. As of Sunday, the SEC announced that they … Read more

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Bodog Sportsbook Fields 2011 College Football Team Prop Bets

August 7, 2011 – By Scott     The 2011 College Football Season is less than a month away and fans are getting geared up for arguably the best time of the year.  The USA Today Preseason Top 25 coaches poll was released earlier this week and it wasn’t a total surprise the way it … Read more

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Alabama Crimson Tide Headline 2011 SEC Championship Odds

July 21st, 2011- By Bryan Cross Without question, there has been one conference above the rest over the course of the last half-decade which has dominated the college football landscape. The evidence is there, as the Southeastern Conference has captured the last five BCS National Championships, and look for a sixth for the upcoming 2011 … Read more

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No. 14 Florida 4-Point Underdogs On the Road Against No. 21 Vanderbilt

March 5, 2011 – By Scott The 14th-ranked Florida Gators got a much needed win on Tuesday night over Alabama which gave them a share of the SEC title. On Saturday, they will travel to play No. 21 Vanderbilt in another big conference game. Florida (23-6, 12-3) could win the title outright if they can … Read more

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Michigan Football Head Coaching Vacancy Spurs Online Wagering

January 9, 2011 – By Scott The head coaching carousel in football has been all over the news lately, both in the NFL and in College Football. One of the most intriguing jobs in the college ranks is without a doubt the Michigan Wolverines’ head coaching vacancy. After a miserable three years as Michigan’s leader, … Read more

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Longhorns’ Defensive Coordinator Will Muschamp Hired As Florida’s New Head Coach

December 12, 2010 – By Scott One of the most premier jobs in all of college football came vacant on Wednesday when Florida Gators head coach Urban Meyer announced he would be leaving the program. Rumors had been circulating throughout the remainder of the week as to who might take over as the new head … Read more

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